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Tuesday, March 18, 2008

 
The Headline Is Correct, But What About The Body Of The Article?

Hot Air posts this headline: McCain advisor: Christian right "a serious problem"?

You're dang right we're a problem. He can't get elected without us, and we don't trust him a whole heck of a lot. (The non-Christian right feels the same way.) He's allergic to tax cuts, the First Amendment, border security, and (as demonstrated by the Gang of 14 debacle) Congressional checks and balances over filibuster abuse.

Now that I have read and responded to the headline, what does the actual article say? Well, not much. The advisor in question is Lawrence Eagleburger, and Hot Air's source provides "[n]o context whatsoever."

Hot Air remembers his open hostility toward the religious right in the 2000 election - check out the article and follow the link.

McCain had better be getting his PR machine into maximum overdrive if he wants to win this election.

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